Fruity cargo cult revenged itself on DIY repairs
Fruity, Tax-Dodging cargo cult Apple has been charged with bricking the phones of users who dared to have their repairs done by those who did not wear blue shirts and had been blessed as Genii by the ghost of Steve Jobs.
South Korea's antitrust regulator has admitted for the first time that it is looking into whether Google has violated the country's anticompetition laws.
We have two hotels on Tiananmen Square
Microsoft chief executive Satya Nadella is in Beijing this week to head off some possible problems with China's anti-trust investigation.
Crushed chipset deal
Nvidia has dragged Qualcomm into court for allegedly crushing a $352 million chipset deal.
Steve Jobs ran a cartel
It has taken the highest court in the US to do it, but Apple finally has to admit that its patron saint was a monopolist who ran an ebook cartel designed to raise the cost of books to feather Jobs’ Mobs’ nest.
Still refuses to confess because it insists it is not evil.
Fruity cargo cult Apple has lost its appeal against conviction for conspiring with publishers to raise the price of e-books but is still refusing to admit it could have done anything wrong.
Go directly to jail do not collect $200
Fruity cargo cult Apple has found that its anti-competitive practices of forcing telcos to do what they are told do not go down well in Taiwan.
Dirty deeds done dirt cheap
Google appears to have fudged its search results to make a quick buck from advertising, according to an Federal Trade Commission report accidently leaked to the Wall Street Journal.
Last anti-trust case resolved